From the November 2004 Idaho Observer:
Tune in to The American Activist
Don Harkins of The Idaho Observer
Ingri Cassel of Vaccination Liberation
The Fully Informed Citizen Activist Association has sponsored Don and Ingri to host a weekly, one-hour show on its network. You can tune into "The American Activist" each Friday from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. PST (9 p.m.-10 p.m. EST). The intent is to introduce the show, which will be a celebration of American activism. After the first show, Ingri and Don will host interesting activist guests on alternating weeks.
The American Voice Radio Network can currently be heard through the website through live audio stream at http://radio.theamericanvoice.com; C-Band Satelite (Galaxy 11 [G-7], Transponder 12, Audio 8.10) and; some shows are broadcast via shortwave at 15.725 MHz and 7.490 MHz.
Ingri and Don are honored to join the ranks of such distinguished American voices as Jack McLamb, James Lloyd, Ilo Jones, Frosty Woolridge, Justin Plumlee, Frank Staffan, Roger Fredinberg and Bo Gritz on the The American Voice Radio network.
Don's upcoming guests
Nov. 26-Don Meserlian: Retired engineer and director of Voices of Safety International Don Meserlian will discuss how he came to feel that our present government must be disbanded before Americans will ever see the return of a government of, by and for the people. Meserlian has seen how the government militantly defends absurd standards that benefit large corporations while opposing common sense standards that protect people. (www.voicesofsafety.com).
Dec. 10-Dennis Grover: One of the most dedicated patriots in the nation, Dennis Grover is the host of the popular community access program "Liberty and Justice for All" taped live from Reno (see ad page 23). He is also the author of the book "Knowledge Equals Freedom" (www.knowfree.com).
Ingri's upcoming guests
Nov. 19-Randi Airola: Director of the Military Vaccine Education Center (MILVACS) was discharged after nine years in the military for refusing a fifth mandatory anthrax shot. Randi refused the fifth because, after receiving the fourth, she became very ill. At age 25 she began suffering from chronic fatigue, chronic migraines and memory loss. Randi endured the symptoms for three years because the VA could not help her. After consulting with a nutritionist she was able to reverse the symptoms. And now Randi has dedicated her life to helping veterans overcome the complications of mandatory anthrax vaccinations (www.milvacs.org).
Dec. 3-Dr. Rebecca Carley: If there is a price to be paid for upholding the hypocratic oath, Dr. Carley has been paying it. This woman's story would be tragic if it weren't for the strength of her character and her resolve
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